Talaria 43

This sleek and elegant picnic boat is famous for it's wide open spaces and Zero draft. The newer versions of the Talaria 43 include the ability to control windows, powered hatches and other systems from anywhere onboard with included iPad or digital displays.

Dorie Lu

  • Year Built / Launched: 2020

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  • Engine Type: Twin C8.7 Caterpillar
  • Engine Hours: 873
  • Overview:


    • JetStick III® steering system with H-Lock and Dock Hold
    • 2) Garmin GPSMAP 8617 multifunction color touch screen displays
    • GPS19X satellite antenna
    • Garmin Grid remote
    • GMR xHD2 high definition 4kw radar
    • Standard Horizon Quantum GX5500S VHF radio with loud hailer and command mic at helm station
    • Sirius satellite weather for Garmin system
    • ACR spotlight mounted on the pilothouse roof, painted to match the deck
    • Three heavy-duty electric self-parking wipers on the pilothouse windows, with intermittent wiper controls and fresh water windshield washers
    • 4½” Ritchie compass; mounted forward of helm
    • Dual Kahlenberg 24-volt DC air horn with switch on dash
    • Sea Keeper 6 roll mitigation system


    • Twin CAT 8.7 liter 650HP common rail diesels with transmission PTO pumps and Twin Disc reverse gear and CV shaft coupled to Hamilton 322 Jet Drives.
    • CAT multifunctional digital display for each engine, with dedicated gauges for oil pressure, water temperature, tachometer and fuel level.
    • Electronic single-lever control for each engine/transmission.
    • Sea Keeper 6 roll mitigation system.
    • Racor fuel filter/water separator with vacuum gauges and water-sensing alarms for main engines and generator
    • Racor model LG100 in-line fuel/air separators on each fuel tank vent line
    • Automatic fire extinguisher system, with automatic engine and generator shutdown. Manual discharge pulls provided.
    • Forced-air exhaust blower in engine room, 24-volt DC
    • Electric lifts on cockpit engine hatch.
    • Oil transfer pump for main engines, transmissions and generator
    • 2 lbs./sq. ft. Mylar faced lined foam engine room insulation with double gaskets on engine hatch cover
    • JetStick III with Dock Hold and Virtual Anchor modes.
    • Bow thruster:  Proportionally controlled hydraulic bow thruster with control integrated into JetStick II steering system
    • Power assisted hydraulic steering
    • Dual-cylinder stainless steel trim tab mounted below each jet. Controls and displays at helm station.
    • Air-conditioning with reverse cycle heat: 16,000 BTU to service master cabin, guest cabin, head and shower and 32,000 BTU to service pilothouse.
    • Hot and cold pressure water to the galley, shower, head, and cockpit shower with 100 gallon fresh water tank
    • Stainless steel, 17 gallon tank, heated electrically or by transfer of engine heat
    • 24-volt DC Vacuflush marine head with a 42-gallon polyethylene holding tank and overboard discharge
    • Three 3700 gph 24-volt DC pumps with Ultimate Senior float switches incorporating additional high water alarms
    • 24-volt DC pump with automatic float switch for shower and air conditioning condensate
    • Whale manual emergency bilge pump
    • Shurflo pump with spigot, hose mounted inside the bow located anchor locker
    • Non-metallic composite thru-hull fittings with ball valve seacocks below waterline and above the waterline where appropriate. Bronze ball valve seacocks, thru-hull fittings and sea strainers on propulsion engines

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